From the December 4 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Your thoughts after reading these documents?
SOL WEISENBERG: Well, my thoughts are, first of all, the general would have received probation no matter what, whether he cooperated a little or cooperated a lot. Like you say, the key parts of how he assisted have been redacted. What stands out the most is that a lot of people thought Mueller was going to use the sentencing memos to tell the world about his case because he's afraid that his final memo may not be publicized. He didn't do that here. In fact, he showed remarkable professionalism by keeping redacted. He could have said, here is how he helped and it could've been a bombshell, and he didn't do that. So, I think, to me, that's the big take away. The memo itself is kind of a dud because it's all -- all the good stuff is redacted.